I forget your particulars. Many of us get OTA data directly off an antenna and use our Dish receivers to record them. IMHO the quality is better than the same channels off (no pun intended) Dish. Can you get nothing from an antenna?
I have a Mohu Leaf Supreme OTA I’ve installed using a dual ota adapter from Dish, plugged into my Hopper 3. The OTA is recognized, scans, finds 29channels, and allows me to save . When I go to my guide, they are not there even by just a number.
Dish support couldn’t help and suggested my OTA antenna may not be compatible This doesn’t make sense to me, since the channels show up as “In the guide,” when it asks me to save. Anyone else connect this antenna successfully to the hopper 3?
Dish wouldn't be the one removing them, that would be Sinclair.Neither Sink-clair (my spelling), nor dish, requires our permission OR an agreement to remove the retrans propaganda from their websites. A bit of common sense, Yes, but permission, No. It would be a definite surprise - and not a welcome one - to see dish being forced to remove over 100 Sink-clair owned/controlled broadcast channels and some subchannel feeds from dish at this point.
Nope ... Dish would have No Reason to turn OFF channels.Unless Sinclair has access to Dish's uplink center it would be Dish turning them off
I don't think it works that way. I don't believe Sinclair has the capability of shutting off these channels just to Dish. If Sinclair informs Dish to turn off the signals, Dish has no other "legal" recourse but to comply.Nope ... Dish would have No Reason to turn OFF channels.
Why would you turn off channels and piss off you own subs ?
Dish only passes the signal along, Sinclair is the one turning them on or off.